Skeletal System

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1 TYPES OF JOINTS
1.1 IMMOVABLE
1.1.1 No movement and the bones are fixed
1.1.1.1 Cranium
1.1.1.2 Pelvis
1.2 Slightly Moveable
1.2.1 The bones are linked by cartilage to allow for slight movement
1.2.1.1 Spinal Column
1.2.1.1.1 Ribs and sternum
1.3 Freely Moveable (Synovial Joints)
1.3.1 Ball and socket joint
1.3.1.1 Shoulder/hip
1.3.2 Hinge joint
1.3.2.1 Elbow/knee
1.3.3 Saddle Joint
1.3.3.1 Thumb
1.3.4 Pivot Joint
1.3.4.1 Neck
1.3.5 Condyloid Joint
1.3.5.1 Wrist-where the radius/ulna and carpals meet
1.3.6 Gliding Joint
1.3.6.1 Wrist-between the carpals
2 The 8 body systems
2.1 Digestive System
2.2 Respiratory System
2.3 Muscular system
2.4 Nervous System
2.5 Skeletal System
2.6 Hormonal System
2.7 Circulatory System
2.8 Excretory System
3 Types of bones
3.1 Long
3.1.1 ulna
3.1.2 Humerus
3.1.3 Femur
3.2 Short
3.2.1 phalanges
3.3 Flat
3.3.1 Cranium
3.3.2 Ribs
3.3.3 Pelvis
3.4 Irregular
3.4.1 Patella
3.4.2 Carpals
3.4.3 Vertebrae
4 Functions of skeleton
4.1 Protection
4.1.1 ribs protect the heart and lungs
4.2 Shape
4.2.1 Gives shape to the body
4.3 Support
4.3.1 Holds vital organs in place provides a place for the attachment of muscles
4.4 Blood production
4.4.1 Red and white blood cells are produced in the bone marrow
4.5 Movement
4.5.1 Muscles pull on the skeleton to cause movement. movement occurs at the joint

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